Attachment Theory in Action with Karen Doyle Buckwalter
Paula Scatoloni & Rachel Lewis-Marlow - Applying Attachment Theory to Eating Disorder Treatment - Part 2

Paula Scatoloni & Rachel Lewis-Marlow - Applying Attachment Theory to Eating Disorder Treatment - Part 2

July 7, 2020

Karen welcomes Paula Scatoloni & Rachel Lewis-Marlow, both of whom specialize in eating disorder treatment, discuss how attachment theory can be applied to the treatment of eating disorders. Part two of their conversation will be released on Tuesday, July 7th.

Paula Scatoloni is a somatic-based psychotherapist, Certified Eating Disorders Specialist, and Somatic Experiencing™ practitioner in Chapel Hill, NC. She has worked in the field of eating disorders for over two decades. Paula served as the Eating Disorder Coordinator at Duke University CAPS for nine years and has taught extensively on the etiology and treatment of eating disorders through workshops, professional trainings, and conferences. She co-developed the first intensive outpatient program for eating disorders in the U.S with Dr. Anita Johnston. Paula is passionate about increasing awareness of the effectiveness of somatic modalities in the treatment of disordered eating and hopes to pursue research on the effectiveness of somatic therapy within the eating disorders population in the near future.

Rachel Lewis-Marlow is a somatically integrative psychotherapist, dually licensed in counseling and therapeutic massage and bodywork. She is a Certified Advanced Practitioner in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and has advanced training and 25 + years experience in diverse somatic therapies including Craniosacral Therapy, Energetic Osteopathy, Oncology massage and Aromatherapy. Rachel is a private consultant to eating disorder treatment facilities. She provides ongoing training and supervision to clinical and support staff in the programmatic implementation of the EMBODIED RECOVERY model. In her private practice in Chapel Hill, NC, Rachel works with trauma, eating disorders, and dissociative disorders.

Paula Scatoloni & Rachel Lewis-Marlow - Applying Attachment Theory to Eating Disorder Treatment - Part 1

Paula Scatoloni & Rachel Lewis-Marlow - Applying Attachment Theory to Eating Disorder Treatment - Part 1

June 30, 2020

Karen welcomes Paula Scatoloni & Rachel Lewis-Marlow, both of whom specialize in eating disorder treatment, discuss how attachment theory can be applied to the treatment of eating disorders. Part two of their conversation will be released on Tuesday, July 7th.

Paula Scatoloni is a somatic-based psychotherapist, Certified Eating Disorders Specialist, and Somatic Experiencing™ practitioner in Chapel Hill, NC. She has worked in the field of eating disorders for over two decades. Paula served as the Eating Disorder Coordinator at Duke University CAPS for nine years and has taught extensively on the etiology and treatment of eating disorders through workshops, professional trainings, and conferences. She co-developed the first intensive outpatient program for eating disorders in the U.S with Dr. Anita Johnston. Paula is passionate about increasing awareness of the effectiveness of somatic modalities in the treatment of disordered eating and hopes to pursue research on the effectiveness of somatic therapy within the eating disorders population in the near future.

Rachel Lewis-Marlow is a somatically integrative psychotherapist, dually licensed in counseling and therapeutic massage and bodywork. She is a Certified Advanced Practitioner in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and has advanced training and 25 + years experience in diverse somatic therapies including Craniosacral Therapy, Energetic Osteopathy, Oncology massage and Aromatherapy. Rachel is a private consultant to eating disorder treatment facilities. She provides ongoing training and supervision to clinical and support staff in the programmatic implementation of the EMBODIED RECOVERY model. In her private practice in Chapel Hill, NC, Rachel works with trauma, eating disorders, and dissociative disorders.

Mark Vander Ley: Attachment and Fatherhood - Part 2

Mark Vander Ley: Attachment and Fatherhood - Part 2

June 23, 2020

Karen welcomes Mark Vander Ley, Ph.D, LCPC, to the show for part one of their two part conversation about how attachment theory relates to fatherhood.

Mark Vander Ley Ph.D., LCPC is the owner of Connections Family Counseling, LLC a group counseling practice focused on building resilient kids, strong marriages, and connected families.  He is also clinical faculty in Adams State University’s Master of Counseling Program.  Mark has been working with children and families for 20 years serving as direct care staff, youth pastor, therapist, and clinical supervisor.  He is particularly passionate about fatherhood and the role of fathers in their childrens’ physical, emotional, and spiritual development.  Mark writes about fatherhood on his blog www.parentingboysraisingmen.com and is the host and producer of  The Connected Family podcast.  In his free time you will find Mark running, reading, and exploring the family farm with his wife and four children.

Mark Vander Ley: Attachment And Fatherhood - Part 1

Mark Vander Ley: Attachment And Fatherhood - Part 1

June 16, 2020

Karen welcomes Mark Vander Ley, Ph.D, LCPC, to the show for part one of their two part conversation about how attachment theory relates to fatherhood. Part two of the conversation will be released on Tuesday, June 23rd.

Mark Vander Ley Ph.D., LCPC is the owner of Connections Family Counseling, LLC a group counseling practice focused on building resilient kids, strong marriages, and connected families.  He is also clinical faculty in Adams State University’s Master of Counseling Program.  Mark has been working with children and families for 20 years serving as direct care staff, youth pastor, therapist, and clinical supervisor.  He is particularly passionate about fatherhood and the role of fathers in their childrens’ physical, emotional, and spiritual development.  Mark writes about fatherhood on his blog www.parentingboysraisingmen.com and is the host and producer of  The Connected Family podcast.  In his free time you will find Mark running, reading, and exploring the family farm with his wife and four children.

Dr. Anna Martin: Taking the Conflict out of Child Discipline - Part 2

Dr. Anna Martin: Taking the Conflict out of Child Discipline - Part 2

June 9, 2020

Karen concludes her conversation with Dr. Anna Martin as they continue to discuss taking the conflict out of child discipline, the topic of her latest book, Listen To Me!, available now.

Dr. Anna Martin, Ph.D., works as a clinical therapist with children, adolescents, adults and couples, and has worked in a variety of environments. Dr. Martin works with individuals on a variety of issues and has published articles (nationally and internationally) relating to attachment, behaviour and discipline, and the parent/child relationship. Dr. Martin’s new, innovative and popular ‘AND’ discipline method is an efficient and productive method for parents to use, replacing the older, traditional behavioral (the ‘ask, tell and act’ approach) methods that can risk impacting on the child’s sense of self, as well as the parent/child relationship.

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Dr. Anna Martin: Taking the Conflict out of Child Discipline - Part 1

Dr. Anna Martin: Taking the Conflict out of Child Discipline - Part 1

June 2, 2020

In an all new pair of episodes, Karen is joined by Dr. Anna Martin of New Zealand in part one of their discussion on taking the conflict out of child discipline, the topic of her latest book, Listen To Me!, available now. Part two will be released on Tuesday, June 9th.

Dr. Anna Martin, Ph.D., works as a clinical therapist with children, adolescents, adults and couples, and has worked in a variety of environments. Dr. Martin works with individuals on a variety of issues and has published articles (nationally and internationally) relating to attachment, behaviour and discipline, and the parent/child relationship. Dr. Martin’s new, innovative and popular ‘AND’ discipline method is an efficient and productive method for parents to use, replacing the older, traditional behavioral (the ‘ask, tell and act’ approach) methods that can risk impacting on the child’s sense of self, as well as the parent/child relationship.

Dr. Jody Russon: Attachment Based Family Therapy - Part 2

Dr. Jody Russon: Attachment Based Family Therapy - Part 2

May 26, 2020

Karen Doyle Buckwalter concludes her discussion with Dr. Jody Russon about Dr. Russon's work in Attachment-Based Family Therapy. 

Dr. Russon is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Sciences at Virginia Tech. She is a translational scientist and family therapist contributing to psychotherapy and suicide research. Dr. Russon’s line of research specifically focuses on the adaptation, dissemination and implementation (AD&I) of relationship-based suicide interventions and prevention strategies. To support these efforts, Dr. Russon recently launched a transdisciplinary research initiative, called the Alliance for the Study of Suicide Prevention and Intervention through Relationship Enrichment, ASPIRE.

Dr. Russon’s teaching and supervisory experience is focused on applied skills for family therapy researchers and practitioners. She is an American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Approved Supervisor and a Person-of-the-Therapist (POTT) instructor. She is also a certified trainer and supervisor in Attachment-Based Family Therapy (ABFT) and has received advanced clinical training in emotionally focused therapy for couples (EFT).

Dr. Jody Russon: Attachment Based Family Therapy - Part 1

Dr. Jody Russon: Attachment Based Family Therapy - Part 1

May 19, 2020

Karen Doyle Buckwalter welcomes Dr. Jody Russon to the show as they begin their discussion on Dr. Russon's work in Attachment-Based Family Therapy. Part two of the conversation will be released on Tuesday, May 26th.

Dr. Russon is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Sciences at Virginia Tech. She is a translational scientist and family therapist contributing to psychotherapy and suicide research. Dr. Russon’s line of research specifically focuses on the adaptation, dissemination and implementation (AD&I) of relationship-based suicide interventions and prevention strategies. To support these efforts, Dr. Russon recently launched a transdisciplinary research initiative, called the Alliance for the Study of Suicide Prevention and Intervention through Relationship Enrichment, ASPIRE.

Dr. Russon’s teaching and supervisory experience is focused on applied skills for family therapy researchers and practitioners. She is an American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Approved Supervisor and a Person-of-the-Therapist (POTT) instructor. She is also a certified trainer and supervisor in Attachment-Based Family Therapy (ABFT) and has received advanced clinical training in emotionally focused therapy for couples (EFT).

Mary McGowan: The Impact Being Born Blind Has On A Person’s Attachment - Part 2

Mary McGowan: The Impact Being Born Blind Has On A Person’s Attachment - Part 2

May 12, 2020

Karen Doyle Buckwalter welcomes Mary McGowan of ATTACh to the show for part two of their discussion on how being born blind can affect a person's attachment relationships.

Mary McGowan holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with minors in Community Violence Prevention and Child Development from Metropolitan State University, and a master’s candidate in Counseling and Psychological Services from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota.

Mary has led the Association for Training on Trauma and Attachment in Children (ATTACh) in Minneapolis, Minnesota since 2011. She has served as a post-adoption specialist for North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC) doing successful grass roots recruitment for foster and adoptive families for 10 years.  She has earned accolades as the National Education Manager for the Professional Association of Treatment Homes (PATH) and is an experienced trainer who teaches and consults locally and nationally. 

Mary McGowan: The Impact Being Born Blind Has On A Person’s Attachment - Part 1

Mary McGowan: The Impact Being Born Blind Has On A Person’s Attachment - Part 1

May 5, 2020

Karen Doyle Buckwalter welcomes Mary McGowan of ATTACh to the show for part one of their discussion on how being born blind can affect a person's attachment relationships. Part two will be released on Tuesday, May 12th.

Mary McGowan holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with minors in Community Violence Prevention and Child Development from Metropolitan State University, and a master’s candidate in Counseling and Psychological Services from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota.

Mary has led the Association for Training on Trauma and Attachment in Children (ATTACh) in Minneapolis, Minnesota since 2011. She has served as a post-adoption specialist for North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC) doing successful grass roots recruitment for foster and adoptive families for 10 years.  She has earned accolades as the National Education Manager for the Professional Association of Treatment Homes (PATH) and is an experienced trainer who teaches and consults locally and nationally.